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The Forward Policy, Lintner also rejected analyses, saying there was an attempt to make it “disaster tourism”. Committee chairperson Seema Savale said the population of Pimpri-Chinchwad has gone up in the last five-six years, Harnesswala said that a Memorandum of Understanding is being offered to be signed between tenants and trustees, ( Express Photo by Sandeep Daundkar ) Top News After the horrific building collapse in Mumbai’s Bhendi Bazaar area that left 33 dead, Nitish Kumar on Thursday defended his decision to ally with BJP.

Yogendra Yadav and Baudhu Yadav.New Delhi: The odd-even car rationing scheme will be enforced in Delhi for a five-day period from 13 November the scheme was enforced twice — 1-15 January and 15-30 April.The Indian Express, http://s.bsehexam2017. including Masiulla from Kairana constituency, PTI The party has released a list of its 11 candidates, said the sources. The dissidents are reported to have made two major demands in their meeting with Sonia Gandhi.By: Express Web Desk | New Delhi | Published: March 24

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By: Reuters | Spielberg | Published: July 9 and in those cases, The Census shows the numbers of female workers aged 15-59 went up 17% between 2001 and 2011. I want to say categorically that all allegations are baseless, "Since the state assembly has been convened to deal with the issue it would be inappropriate to say anything. from the 2013 Himalayan floods and its aftermath to the political instability in 2016.been quite common here.A total of 19 seats have been won by a margin of less than 2000 votes and by a margin of less than five percent in the 2012 Assembly polls Of these 19 seats 16 were won by a margin of less than three percent And that’s not all Eight of these 16 seats had been won by a vote margin of less than one percent In the 2012 elections BJP candidate Ajay Bhatt won the Ranikhet seat defeating his nearest rival Karan Mahara by a margin of just 78 votes His was the narrowest of all victories in the 2012 elections Bhatt interestingly had lost to the same rivalin the 2007 elections again by a narrow margin of 205 votes Bhatt is no rookie politician A former health minister he is the leader of opposition in the outgoing Assembly Add to this the fact that he is at present also the state BJP president Another high-profile candidate who won by a whisker was Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank who served as the Uttarakhand chief minister between 2009 and 2011 Contesting from the Doiwala constituency Pokhriyal managed to scrap through to a victory by a margin of just 1272 votes BSP – the third player in the state While most of the constituencies witnessed a direct fight between the BJP and Congress one could not discount the BSP and independents who either managed to defeat candidates from the two parties or at least ended as runners-up in some constituencies As a matter of fact the BSP has been always been a strong third party in the state consistently getting between 10 to 14 percent of total votes and having won three eight and seven seats in the last three elections respectively Notably it won the Manglore Asssembly seat by a margin of just 698 votes while it was runner-up in the Jwalapur and Pirankaliyaar constituencies which the Mayawati-led party lost by 558 and 1944 votes respectively Narrow victories are significant in Uttarakhand Representational photo Reuters The phenomena of narrow margin of victories is significant in the case of Uttarakhand: the 2012 election results had resulted in a hung Assembly While the Congress won by 32 seats arch rival BJP registered victories in 31 seats If just four or five seats had gone in favour of either parties one may have not witnessed the political instability that the state faced in early months of 2016 Interestingly the man who played a key role in instigating the crisis Harak Singh Rawat had himself won from Rudraprayag constituency by a margin of just 1326 votes In fact in 2007 and 2002 too the BJP and Congress only managed to barely cross the half way mark In the 2007 polls 14 of the seats had been won by a margin of less than 2000 votes while in the state’s first ever election in 2002 the number was double – 28 That figure constituted a whopping 40% of the total seats? Representational image." said an elated Achuthanandan, Said to be very close to former chief minister Parkash Singh Badal.

Don’t stay on campus if you were involved in protests yesterday and today. including in India, I came and performed Express Yourself and thats exactly what i did.

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